In chatting with Ray last night, he revealed that his engineer can encode these for any channel count. Previously, we thought this was limited to 128/256/512, but he can program them for anything you need. http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/701799/209915969-440556851/Mini-protocol-Decoder-DMX-to-LPD6803-512-dmx-address-decoded.html http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/701799/209915969-440556828/Mini-protocol-Decoder-DMX-to-WS2801-512-dmx-address-decoded.html I have a few small elements that the 32 and 64 would come in handy for and not waste a bunch of channels on any given universe. If I wasn't planning for a fail rate, I would probably order exactly the channel counts I needed per element, but I need to be able to plug in spares if something fails. For those who have not seen these - they take DMX in, and communicate pixel out - 6803 or 2801 depending on the model you order. They act like pixels in a way and do not have a start number - they assume anything that gets to them is information for them. The controllers then cut off the corresponding number of channel data before passing it onto the next DMX item. So, if you have a 128 channel controller and send it 512 channels in, it will send channels 129-512 onto the next device. This does lead do a programming topic - if they can program the channel size, can't we program them too....?